Bachelor projects

The M2N group welcomes Bachelor students from Chemical Engineering and Chemistry and Applied Physics at the TU/e to perform their final project. For general information on our research program and possible topics for your final BSc project, please contact René Janssen. Some examples of projects are provided on this page, but we will be happy to discuss other options with you to tailor your project to your interest and talents. On our research page you can get an impression of the various research topics and projects that we address within M2N

 

OLEDs
Monte Carlo simulations. Contact: Reinder Coehoorn or Peter Bobbert
Pulsed photoluminescence experiments. Contact: Reinder Coehoorn
Models for hopping transport in organic semiconductors. Contact: Peter Bobbert

Graphene
Magnetic force microscopy on hydrogenated graphene. Contact: Kees Flipse
Ballistic/hydrodynamic transport experiments. Contact: Kees Flipse
Raman spectroscopy experimental/theory. Contact: Kees Flipse

Organic solar cells
New organic semiconductors for solar cells. Contact: René Janssen
Energy levels vs. open-circuit voltage. Contact: René Janssen
Design new tandem and triple junctions by optical modelling. Contact: René Janssen

Perovskite solar cells
New perovskite semiconductors for solar cells. Contact: René Janssen
Time-resolved electroluminescence. Contact: Stefan Meskers
Design new tandem and triple junctions by optical modelling. Contact: René Janssen

Organic Flow Batteries
New amphoteric redox active molecules. Contact: Koen Hendriks

Polaritons in Organic Crystals
Reflection of molecular crystals. Contact: Stefan Meskers

Solar Fuels
Catalysts for photoelectrochemical CO2 reduction. Contact: René Janssen

Photodetectors
Photodiodes with near infrared response. Contact: Gerwin Gelinck
X-ray detectors. Contact: Gerwin Gelinck